So You Want to Be an Inventor? by Judith St. GeorgeIntroducing various inventors, such as those who invented by accident or for their own comfort or by creative ideas, etc. And telling to readers how come they made their inventions. It is good time to change the reading topic from fiction to non-fiction which could appeal to boys more than girls. And this story might broaden kid’s imagination and their dreams. This book encourages the readers to be an inventor by giving examples of people who invented amazing things by accident or sudden thoughts. Teachers should teach every kinds of topics in order to show students wide new worlds. Mostly kids start to read fiction first but this book can be a good chance to change that. However, this topic, like scientific plots are not really interesting to girls so it is a little bit hard to motivate girl’s attention.
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Are you convinced to create an incredibly popular life-changing product? Then don't wait! Take these simple steps to make your very own invention and get it out on the markets and create world changing products. The best way to invent a product is to brainstorm any problems you have in your daily life. Think about improvements that would make your life better, and then do research to confirm these products don't already exist. Apply for a patent to protect your invention, and then develop a working prototype that you can present to prospective investors.